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Latest News

Articulatory Rehearsal Mechanism (ARM)

20 April 2018

Substantial increase in the degree of suppression of Articulatory Rehearsal Mechanism (ARM) leads to lesser fixation duration...

Upcoming Event: GIAN Courses

20 April 2018

Critical Perspectives of Human Factors in Modern Systems...

Foci of Current Research

22 April 2018

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Chair’s Message :Our mission and vision

Focused Research Group in Human Factors (FRGHF) of IIT Indore is an interdisciplinary research group with a shared interest in advancing scientific knowledge in the field of human factors. Members of FRGHF are committed to mutual cooperation to deliver solutions to real-world human factors problems. What brings us together is a shared understanding that addressing human factors problems is an interdisciplinary process. We actively communicate, meet, and organize events. We are constantly working to promote and advance the scientific understanding of issues pertaining to human factors in system development, testing, evaluation and innovation through scientific investigation and exchange of knowledge.


We strongly emphasize on the purpose of sharing good practice and the latest developments of the field. This provides a forum for members and other associates to discuss, develop, and promote a range of issues related to our research interests- including theories, practice, methodologies, techniques, and applications.

Research group

We are an interdisciplinary research group formally identified as Focused Research Group in Human Factors (FRGHF). FRGHF harnesses the value of interdisciplinarity through collaborative research approach in the context of solving real-world problems. The group concentrates on broad domains of: Interaction, Transport, Performance, and Innovation.

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